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      Quote Originally Posted by Spark View Post
      Vijayude age 45.Allu's age 36.Ee pyayathilokke mam-lal cheytha ovg, king, thanmathra, narasimham avar cheythal bayankara energy mathramalla adipoliyumayirikkum Reviews of Movies you saw recently!!
      There is only one department where Vijay and Allu or any young South Indian star can surpass Lal or Mam, that is dance.

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      Quote Originally Posted by sethumadhavan View Post
      There is only one department where Vijay and Allu or any young South Indian star can surpass Lal or Mam, that is dance.

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      Action sequencesum undaakum

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      ദിയ (കന്നഡ)

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      ഒരുപാട് തവണ കണ്ട ഒരു കഥ പ്രധാന താരങ്ങളുടെ പ്രകടനം കൊണ്ടും ഇതൊരു കൊറിയൻ സിനിമ റീമേക്ക് ആണോ എന്ന് തോന്നിപ്പിക്കുന്ന രീതിയിൽ ഉള്ള മേക്കിങ്ങും കൊണ്ട് അതിമനോഹര പ്രണയകഥ ആയി മാറി

      ചിത്രത്തിന്റെ ജീവൻ എന്ന് പറയുന്നത് ഖുഷി രവി എന്ന നായികയുടെ ക്യൂട്ട്നെസ് & നല്ല പെർഫോമൻസ് ആണ്. മലയാളമോ തമിഴോ ആയിരുന്നേൽ കൊച്ചിപ്പൊ വേറെ ലെവൽ ഫാൻ ഫോളോയിങ്ങ് ആയേനെ

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      പാട്ടും ഡാൻസുമില്ല, ഫൈറ്റില്ല, കോമഡി ട്രാക്കോ താരങ്ങളോ ഇല്ല, മുഖം ചുളിപ്പിക്കുന്ന ഒരു സീനോ ഡയലോഗോ എന്തിന് ഒരു ഫ്രെയിം പോലുമില്ല

      എന്നിട്ടും രണ്ടേകാൽ മണിക്കൂർ നല്ല വിഷ്വൽസ് ഒക്കെ ഉള്ള നല്ല ഡയലോഗുകൾ ഉള്ള, ഒരുഗ്രൻ പ്രണയചിത്രം

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      OH! MY KADAVULE - EXCELLENT ROMANTIC COMEDY ENTERTAINER WITH A TINGE OF FANTASY, GO FOR IT

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      Forensic - Engaging aanu padam. sec half ichiri twists galore aanelum. all in all engaging.

      Kappela - oru kochu theme nannayi eduthitundu. acting ellavarum nannayitundu especially Roshan. all in all bore adikathe kanavunna padam aanu.
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      Oh My Kadavule



      Breezy romcom that will be enjoyed by the target audience. Not for pessimists like me and those who don't like feel good movies. Hero is not able to pull off exaggerated comedy,but he's good in other parts

      Rating:2.5/5(Watchable)
      रू-ब-रू खुद से हुआ हूँ, मुझमें मुझको तू मिला
      बादलों के इस जहाँ में आसमाँ तुझमें मिला
      पिघली है अब रात भी, है सहर भी ये नम
      ना खुदा मैं तो रहा, बन गया तू धरम

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      Kumbalangi Nights (KN)

      Watching KN is like going on a pleasant Sunday afternoon stroll without knowing where the destination is. You dont know which direction you are heading, but the company is good, the sights are beautiful and the background music is melodious. KN is an example of such a movie. Where the cinematography and BGM are at their very best with melodious songs, teriffic night visuals and an excellent cast (Soubin, Fahadh and Anna Ben especially outstanding), the movie simply has no direction.

      For three-fourths of the movie the action centers on the four brothers who always fight and lack unity but they manage to come together eventually, and suddenly, the filmmakers realise they have to end the film somehow. Hence they transform the till-now creepy character of Shammi into a mental patient and make him a psycho who locks up his immediate family with much haste. Its almost like the makers didnt know what to do with their set of characters and hence had to somehow end the film. The mixed messaging in relation to Shammi and mental health is especially disturbing-its not enough that he is arrogant, self-centred, stubborn, highly orthodox and a male chauvinist, he has to be a mentally ill guy too-Fahadh is at his very best in this role so initially this characterisation did not disturb me. This is all the more frustrating since the makers establish the dynamics around Shammi and his family so well. A great opportunity to portray toxic masculinity was either missed or deliberately set aside-the former option is what I would like to infer for the makers' sake.

      KN never fully takes flight. While the Shammi & family sequences are written well initially, the plot involving the four brothers goes nowhere. When the latter becomes more of a pleasant experience, the Shammi angle then wanders off aimlessly and leads to a rushed ending. Even the romantic centre plot between Bobby and Baby only works due to the sincerity of Shane Nigam's and Anna Ben's performances. Yet Fahadh deserves plaudits for taking up such a negative role.

      Overall, this movie is a pleasant one-time watch but could have been more effective.

      Rating: 3.25/5

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      Quote Originally Posted by Aravind Krishnan View Post
      Kumbalangi Nights (KN)

      Watching KN is like going on a pleasant Sunday afternoon stroll without knowing where the destination is. You dont know which direction you are heading, but the company is good, the sights are beautiful and the background music is melodious. KN is an example of such a movie. Where the cinematography and BGM are at their very best with melodious songs, teriffic night visuals and an excellent cast (Soubin, Fahadh and Anna Ben especially outstanding), the movie simply has no direction.

      For three-fourths of the movie the action centers on the four brothers who always fight and lack unity but they manage to come together eventually, and suddenly, the filmmakers realise they have to end the film somehow. Hence they transform the till-now creepy character of Shammi into a mental patient and make him a psycho who locks up his immediate family with much haste. Its almost like the makers didnt know what to do with their set of characters and hence had to somehow end the film. The mixed messaging in relation to Shammi and mental health is especially disturbing-its not enough that he is arrogant, self-centred, stubborn, highly orthodox and a male chauvinist, he has to be a mentally ill guy too-Fahadh is at his very best in this role so initially this characterisation did not disturb me. This is all the more frustrating since the makers establish the dynamics around Shammi and his family so well. A great opportunity to portray toxic masculinity was either missed or deliberately set aside-the former option is what I would like to infer for the makers' sake.

      KN never fully takes flight. While the Shammi & family sequences are written well initially, the plot involving the four brothers goes nowhere. When the latter becomes more of a pleasant experience, the Shammi angle then wanders off aimlessly and leads to a rushed ending. Even the romantic centre plot between Bobby and Baby only works due to the sincerity of Shane Nigam's and Anna Ben's performances. Yet Fahadh deserves plaudits for taking up such a negative role.

      Overall, this movie is a pleasant one-time watch but could have been more effective.

      Rating: 3.25/5
      There are only two scenes of Shammi that I liked. One is the family dinner where he almost cunningly takes up his spot at the head of the table, and the barber shop scene. In fact, both these scenes establish him as a cunning scheming guy who wants to be in control all the time. The sudden changeover to maniac behavior looked silly!

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      Quote Originally Posted by sethumadhavan View Post
      There are only two scenes of Shammi that I liked. One is the family dinner where he almost cunningly takes up his spot at the head of the table, and the barber shop scene. In fact, both these scenes establish him as a cunning scheming guy who wants to be in control all the time. The sudden changeover to maniac behavior looked silly!

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      Quote Originally Posted by anukutty View Post
      Completely agree...We have no right to criticise mock Allu/Vijay movies when our own superstars act in far worse absolute crappy mass movies with low energy.
      the difference is, the superstars at least act in decent movies once in a while and that too with a lot of variety. Look at Mammotty's filmography over the last 12 months. Helpless father of a differently abled child, local rowdy, understated police officer, historical figure, chief minister. Vijay's filmography over last 5 years is well...Vijay with a few touchups here and there. Honestly Mersal was only tolerable because Nithya Menen was more memorable than the 3 Vijays put together.

      As several have pointed out the age gap has to be considered when we compare superstars with the likes of Vijay. Let us see whether Vijay can keep up this energy in his late 50s and 60s. Until then, we can compare him with the likes of Nivin Pauly, Prithviraj, Fahadh Fazil, Dulquer et al. The mentioned 4 are a) far more talented acting-wise b) have no hesitation in acting in smaller supporting roles which the former wont dare take up as his blind fans will crucify him and also better actors will outscore him given the chance and c) can act in both 'massy' type movies and class-like movies. B) is particularly crucial. Will a Surya an Ajith or a Vijay act in an extended cameo like what Tovino did in Lucifer? Or a negative psycho like Fahadh's role in KN? Will they dare do what Prithviraj did in Driving Licence and Ayappanum Koshiyum as the lesser or equal of two characters of which the other is a character actor and not a star? Will they have the guts to lick the shoe of a fellow actor like Mohanlal did in Kalapaani?

      Honestly, there are better character actors out there even in Tamil like an Arvind Swamy or a Sathyaraj or a Vijay Sethupathy, who should be brought to attention more.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Aravind Krishnan View Post
      the difference is, the superstars at least act in decent movies once in a while and that too with a lot of variety. Look at Mammotty's filmography over the last 12 months. Helpless father of a differently abled child, local rowdy, understated police officer, historical figure, chief minister. Vijay's filmography over last 5 years is well...Vijay with a few touchups here and there. Honestly Mersal was only tolerable because Nithya Menen was more memorable than the 3 Vijays put together.

      As several have pointed out the age gap has to be considered when we compare superstars with the likes of Vijay. Let us see whether Vijay can keep up this energy in his late 50s and 60s. Until then, we can compare him with the likes of Nivin Pauly, Prithviraj, Fahadh Fazil, Dulquer et al. The mentioned 4 are a) far more talented acting-wise b) have no hesitation in acting in smaller supporting roles which the former wont dare take up as his blind fans will crucify him and also better actors will outscore him given the chance and c) can act in both 'massy' type movies and class-like movies. B) is particularly crucial. Will a Surya an Ajith or a Vijay act in an extended cameo like what Tovino did in Lucifer? Or a negative psycho like Fahadh's role in KN? Will they dare do what Prithviraj did in Driving Licence and Ayappanum Koshiyum as the lesser or equal of two characters of which the other is a character actor and not a star? Will they have the guts to lick the shoe of a fellow actor like Mohanlal did in Kalapaani?

      Honestly, there are better character actors out there even in Tamil like an Arvind Swamy or a Sathyaraj or a Vijay Sethupathy, who should be brought to attention more.
      Very true. Malayalam cinema has an amazing bunch of talents of whom we have to be proud. Muttathe mullakku manamilla.
      What Intex said was also right. Many malayalees don't give importance to logic when they watch ol movies.

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